It's snowing here in Adventure City, with "wintry mix" called for during the evening rush hour.
The good: The student leadership workshop that I was supposed to help run tonight got postponed! Now, I actually thought it was going to be a pretty good workshop ... but not so good that I wasn't delighted to have it cancelled for the evening, buying me a few hours of time to make headway on all of that work. Plus I got to go home immediately after school and thus am already in sweatpants and a fleece in front of a roaring fire. Hurrah -- happy dance!
The bad: Oh, my aching head! In the last few years, every time there's a change in the weather, especially precipitation, I get bad headaches that don't respond to pain-killers or caffeine or any of my other usual approaches; they just go away once the weather stabilizes. And this afternoon's headache is particularly brutal (if I understood barometric pressure, I might know why), which is making me somewhat skeptical about how much extra work I'm going to get done with all of this newly freed-up time.
Let's hope that the good manages to outweigh the bad on this one.